The Little Phone That Could: Mobile-Empowered Ministry

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Just published: a strategic article advocating the potential of mobile phone in evangelism and ministry, with special reference to the Majority World. Check out PDF article The Little Phone That Could from the latest International Journal of Frontier Missions.

The article also announces the launch of Mobile Advance, a vital website designed to resource people in the use these mobile strategies.

Also released this month is the exciting Kiosk Evangelism system, which enables mobile phones to download audio-visual resources direct onto microSD cards: news release | website. The site also includes a detailed explanation (as a Word document) about using microSD cards.

These resources are highly relevant to the agenda for next week’s Lausanne Conference.

Registrations close Friday

And the final day to register for the Grand Rapids Internet Ministry Conference is Friday 15 October.

You can also still book for the Christian New Media in London 16 October.

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